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Welcome to Curry Library's style guide for the Chicago Manual of Style.
This guide contains citation formatting and examples from the University of Chicago Press's citation style as outlined in the 17th edition of the Chicago Manual of Style.
Note: Curry Library Services do not include assistance with creating or double checking citations. This guide and other resources (such as manuals, handbooks, or databases) serve as generalized guiding resources for students to create their own citations in consultation with their instructor.
If you need assistance using these resources or have further questions, please refer to our Chicago Best Practices or Ask a Librarian.
What's In This Guide
Formatting and Examples are present for both the bibliography/notes format and the author-date format of the 17th edition of The Chicago Manual of Style.
Examples on citing journal articles, newspaper articles, and magazine articles.
Examples on citing whole books/ebooks, chapters of books/ebooks, and edited books/ebooks.
Examples on citing web sites, corporate pages, and pages with no authors.
Chicago Best Practices
Tips on using Chicago, including citation consistency and differences between Chicago and Turabian
Ask a Librarian
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Chicago Manual of Style
Includes the popular Chicago Style Q&A, a resource that thousands have found entertaining and informative. The Q&A content is fully searchable along with the content of The Chicago Manual of Style. Your queries will return results—clearly distinguishable—from both the Manual and the Chicago Style Q&A. The Chicago Style Q&A also features monthly polls and interviews of interest to anyone who works with words.
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